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Agenda agreed without antics
The basic framework for the new administration to begin the job of governing was put in place tonight when the coalition and the Left that is providing support from outside agreed on a common minimum programme. ...  | Read.. 
 
Bush in Washington call rush
Manmohan Singh is not as tough a tongue-twister as Abu Ghraib — and George W. Bush had no problem spending eight minutes on the phone with the new Indian Prime Minister. ...  | Read.. 
 
Behind negative mask lies Left’s positive face
The Left will not sign the common minimum programme but will “endorse” it. The Left will not join the government but will be part of the steering committee — or whatever the ruling alliance’s co-ordination mechanism is c ...  | Read.. 
 
Out of House, out of homes
Vacate notices sent to defeated and unseated ministers
Manohar Joshi is packing his bags to go back to Mumbai as Somnath Chatterjee gets ready to move into one of the biggest bungalows in Lutyens’ Delhi. ...  | Read.. 
 
Agenda agreed without antics
 
 
Though there may be some areas of difference, by and large we will endorse it (the CMP)

Sitaram Yechury
Police head back to class to hunt cyber criminals
Police are heading back to the classroom as a new breed of criminals turns to the Internet to prey ...  | Read..
Wage storm brews in Assam tea cup
Another round of labour unrest looms large over Assam’s recession-hit tea industry with the state’s ...  | Read..
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Dixit steps into Brajesh shoes
J.N. Dixit was always the frontrunner for the post of national security ...   | Read.. 
 
Bengal More.. 
Son-crazed father kills baby girl
Mahadeb Karmakar wanted a son and month-old Chalantika had to pay with ...   | Read.. 
 
International More.. 
US fears Qaida attack, but no details
The US fears al Qaida is plotting a big attack inside the country or on US ...   | Read.. 
 
Sport More.. 
Shock treatment for Justine, Roddick
A sluggish and pale Justine Henin-Hardenne had her French Open title r ...   | Read.. 
 
Calcutta More.. 
Smoke ban just another drag
Land reforms minister Abdur Rezzak Mollah’s office in Writers’ Buildin ...   | Read.. 
 
Opinion More.. 
When the stardust clears
The author is reader in political science, Delhi University ...   | Read.. 
 
Business More.. 
Telecom selloff line cut
State-owned telephony majors — Mahanagar Telephone Nigam and Bharat Sancha ...   | Read.. 
 
At Leisure More.. 
Watch your Margherita, pizza police ahead
It may be too early to talk about pizza police, but Italian legislators ar ...   | Read..